Religion Et Droit en Dialogue
Peeters Publishers, 2006 - 297 pagini
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...is not of our body, but a townsman, and licensed by them to keep an inn. I have complained to the Lords about him, and hope there will be a letter go from the Board to the town to call for an account of the whole business. One of the charges against Laud, made by Prynne, the great Parliamentary lawyer, was that his chaplain, Morgan Owen, had set up images of the Virgin and Child, holding a small crucifix, over the new south porch of St. Marys, which he had built at a cost of 230Z., in lieu, it is said, of a Latin sermon. They still keep at Lambeth the very copy of Prynnes Canterburys Doom which Charles I. read, with the clear bold Bum spiro spero, C.R., written on the fly-leaf by the King himself. Hobbes notes how much the doctrine and method of the University contributed to the troubles, and Prynne had cruel wrongs to remember. In 1635 the Caroline charter confirmed the privileges of the University, and their rights over the city, notwithstanding a protest from the citizens; but Laud kept vigilant watch over the city. His History of his Chancellorship supplies full details. He got a letter from the Council, ordering the demolition of the cottages erected upon the town ditch and the town wall, the back way towards the Castle, and in the middle of the street by Trinity College gate, and near a place called Smithgate. Pulling down the cottages made Smithgate passable for coaches. And by his own proclamation he named a toll-gatherer for the market, which office hath of late times been discontinued; by reason whereof divers citizens, inhabiting in or near the corn market, have taken upon them to keep and set forth on market days public bushels and measures for the measuring of corn and grain, and take toll for the same...
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RICHARD PUZA Preface
JIŘÍ TRETERA Concordatarian agreements and public agreements
BRIGITTE BASDEVANTGAUDEMET Les processus des négociations
KONSTANTINOS G PAPAGEORGIU et CHARALAMBOS PAPASTATHIS
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ALEXIS PAULY et PATRICK KINSCH Le modèle concordataire luxem
JOSÉ DE SOUSA E BRITO Covenantal and noncovenantal coopera
LARS FRIEDNER Covenantal and noncovenantal cooperation
BALÁZS SCHANDA Covenantal cooperation of state and religions
JEAN DUFFAR Les relations entre lUnion Européenne et
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